Reversing Gray Hair Naturally By Fashion and Styling: How to Rock Your Gray Locks
White or gray hair is a normal occurrence when you start aging. Grey hair starts appearing when the bulb stops producing melanin, a pigment that creates the natural color of hair and skin. It's typically something that a lot of people want to get rid of or prevent for as long as possible to keep a more youthful look.
However, grey hair is definitely something that anyone should be ashamed of and the stigma around it should be removed. There are multiple things that can cause gray hair including aging, nutritional deficiencies, genetic conditions, damaged hair, unhealthy habits, or even a hormonal imbalance. People stigmatize grey hair because it's commonly associated with getting old, having unhealthy hair, or even being unhealthy.
Covering or getting rid of silver hair can be expensive and inconvenient. More and more people are now starting to love gray hair and rock their natural color to avoid all this hassle. If you're thinking about foregoing all the hair dye, upkeep, and effort, then you should consider using fashion and styling to enhance your silver hair and shine while still keeping a youthful vibe.
We're here to help you embrace your grays and make it into a fashion statement rather than a faux pas. Think Miranda Priestly from Devil Wears Prada or Jamie Lee Curtis, if they can look fabulous with gray hair, then you can too. It's all about using the right accessories, hairstyles, and complementing your coloring with your outfits. In this article, we will be guiding you through fashion and styling techniques to complement your gray hair.
How To Wear Makeup To Complement Grey Hair
Makeup should be considered for any hair color you are choosing to rock especially if you choose to go with silver or gray. Choosing shades and techniques that complement silver hair rather than clash with it is very important to make sure that you don't look washed out or too mature.
How to Choose Makeup Shades That Complement Gray Hair?
It's also important to keep in mind your overall coloring when it comes to choosing makeup shades. You don't want to choose shades that complement gray hair but ultimately clash with your skin tone and eye color.
For eye makeup, experiment with cool tones, neutral tones, and vibrant colors. Cool-toned browns, silvers, and grays will complement gray hair well. Neutral tones will also work, which means not too warm and not too cool-toned shades. Vibrant colors will really stand out and complement gray hair. You can experiment with pinks, purples, greens, and blues for eyeshadow. However, if you're a bit hesitant to go all-out with vibrant colors, you can try a muted version of these colors such as a rosy pink shadow, mauve, or navy blue.
For lipstick, stay away from overly pale or light nude colors. If you are going to go for a nude, make sure that it is a darker, warmer tone to make sure that it stands out rather than washes you out. Any vibrant or dark color will also complement gray hair such as pinks, browns, purples, and oranges.
For blush, rosy pink and peach blush is the way to go.
Techniques For Applying Makeup To Enhance Gray Hair
For eyeshadow, blending is key. A properly blended shadow will give a much softer look that will complement the striking color of your hair.
For lips, line your lips with a lip liner before applying your lipstick. Avoid overly matte lipstick and instead go for glossy finishes or lip gloss. This will make the lips look plumper and give a more youthful vibe.